Eileen graduated from Whittier College with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and minors in economics, history, and biology. She began working for Xerox Corporation, then spent 16 years in financial services for Smith Barney. After experiencing a spiritual awakening in 2007, she dedicated herself to writing “Sacred Economics: The Currency of Life” as a means for inviting us to question our longstanding assumptions about the nature, benefits, and genuine costs of capitalism. Her book focuses on how human society might move successfully through the more destructive aspects of late-stage corporatism.
Raindrops of Love for a Thirsty World” is Eileen’s second nonfiction offering. In “Raindrops”, she summons forth the wisdom of the life force that flows within us all, and invites it to speak with us in its own words.
In this podcast:
- We talk about her journey
- She explains:
- Soft Love
- Tough Love
- Life Love
- The book is a repatterining of the way we speak to ourselves into a loving, compassionate, fully accepting way of being
- We are here to explore the capacities of consciousness to it’s fullest extent.
Inspired Round Q&A:
- Most Inspiring Book-
- Love Poems from God, Inspired writings from 12 most important spiritual figures from east and west
- Favorite Song-
- Shaking the Tree, Peter Gabriel
- Best Resource-
- Anything recorded by Eckhart Tolle or Ganga JI, the higher state of consciousness of either of them raises her vibration. Hearing their frequencies helps balance
- Surprising Fact About Eileen-
- She’s a huge fan of the Walking Dead, TV Series
- Most Important Thing to Know About Eileen-
- The most important thing she found out about herself, in her unique gifts to give to the world. She languages complicated topics into a simple form for people to understand.
- Daily Practice:
- She avoids habits because if it becomes a habit she’s less present with it.
- Meditation, rides her bike, she changes things up so she stays conscious with the practice
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